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Dell refurbished laptop inspiron 15 5558, 1TB hdd drive, 8gb ddr memory £270.01 Dell outlet

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£270.01 @ Dell Outlet
Looking for a decent basic laptop and this one stood out, was wanting a big hdd with a decent amount of memory
Looking for a decent basic laptop and this one stood out, was wanting a big hdd with a decent amount of memory
imnicebuttdim Avatar4w, 7h agoFound 4 weeks, 7 hours ago2 Comments
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Dell outlet links are a pain; and the laptops go very quickly... try this
http://search.euro.dell.com/results.aspx?s=dfh&c=uk&l=en&cs=ukdfh1&cat=all&k=5558
and this shorter link if the above is mangled...
https://t.co/VTWboNdt4S

EDIT: 2 left at time of this edit
EDIT: processor Pentium® 3825U is a bit poor (not terrible) but really needs an SSD (yes, I know, yawn :-)

Edited By: Musicrab on Jan 25, 2017 11:32
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Dell Outlet Inspiron 7566 - £610.00 refurb/560 scratch and dent

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£610.00 @ Dell Outlet
Thought this seemed a good all round spec! Dell refurbished are usually pretty spotless, have 12 months warranty and there are also scratch and dent at £560 approx. Inspiron 15 - 7566 Processor…
Thought this seemed a good all round spec! Dell refurbished are usually pretty spotless, have 12 months warranty and there are also scratch and dent at £560 approx. Inspiron 15 - 7566 Processor…
alexrose1uk Avatar4w, 11h agoFound 4 weeks, 11 hours ago15 Comments
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Anyone seen these lately?
Is this just the standard gaming laptop with the red gaming branding? These were going for £850 brand new with the latest spec.
Damn no backlit keyboard
alexrose1uk
ganon
Can't seen to find it?
​Hi Ganon, think the links are timed and expire. if you follow to Dell Outlet and search for the specific model by refining the search you should find them if there are any left.

Any codes available?
ganon
Can't seen to find it?


​Hi Ganon, think the links are timed and expire. if you follow to Dell Outlet and search for the specific model by refining the search you should find them if there are any left.
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*Refurb* 12 Month Warranty Inspiron 15 AMD A10-8700P 8GB RAM Radeon R6 M345DX GPU 1TB HD Windows 10 - £228.01 @ Dell

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£228.01 @ Dell Outlet
Apologies for another outlet deal, but this is pretty decent for anyone on a budget. Not full HD but for the price not a major issue. Also the Dell's 'Scratch and Dent' are very often hairline scratch…
Apologies for another outlet deal, but this is pretty decent for anyone on a budget. Not full HD but for the price not a major issue. Also the Dell's 'Scratch and Dent' are very often hairline scratch…
SkyBlues1990 Avatar4w, 1d agoFound 4 weeks, 1 day ago34 Comments
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I ordered one of these and it got delivered last Friday. Dead on arrival. I think it's probably the charger, the centre pin looks very short. Does anyone know the easiest way to report this to Dell? The invoice doesn't have a lot of information on it.
Anyones shipped yet?
I have still not received a confirmation email, however my account now has the order and the status is 'order received'

Edited By: damienace on Jan 24, 2017 20:11: mistake
SkyBlues1990
dozstanford
SkyBlues1990
dozstanford
Please feel free to correct me but I think you will find the R6 345DX is not a dedicated GPU. It has 64MB of dedicated DRAM but it is integrated into the CPU and is AMD's equivalent of Iris graphics.
My apologies sorry, you're correct. Title changed :)
Didn't mean to be **** and to be fair it is capable of playing the Sims 4 at 720p but some might read "dedicated" and think its a little more capable than it is.
Good deal tho. :3
I agree totally at £228 gaming shouldn't even be considered. However some Youtube videos showing this GPU running GTA V at around 30fps so may well be able to handle older games on low settings.

Youtube isn't very reliable though. The Radeon R6 graphics are not very good at all.
Alik
damienace
I ask again... Has anyone ordered. I am having an issue here. I revived no confirmation but money has been taken?


Yes my friend, abit after ordering
Did you check junk and did you get an order no?


​Yes I have checked everywhere. I got the successful transaction on the web address. Check bank and money has been taken but no emails. I called one sed they couldn't find anything and another sed he had found it and was due to be delivered on the 30th
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Refrurbished (scratch & dent) 12 Month Warranty Inspiron 15 - 5567 I5-7200U Latest Gen Kaby Lake 8GB Ram Full HD 1920X1080 £333.72 @ Dell

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£333.72 @ Dell Outlet
Similar deal that I posted yesterday. 20 Quid more but get's you the I5-7200U Kaby Lake processor latest gen rather than the I5-6200U. Worth the extra 20 quid in my eyes. At the time of posting this t…
Similar deal that I posted yesterday. 20 Quid more but get's you the I5-7200U Kaby Lake processor latest gen rather than the I5-6200U. Worth the extra 20 quid in my eyes. At the time of posting this t…
SkyBlues1990 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago118 Comments
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Just as an aside as I was just looking it appears to be in stock again right now, and there's still a 10% off code listed in the voucher section that looks like it should work. InspiredJan17 .Not tested it mind since I got the deal last time!
SkyBlues1990
PaulTheYid
SkyBlues1990
PaulTheYid
SkyBlues1990
Jonnyblock
SkyBlues1990
Received mine came mint also it has a dedicated GPU that wasn't mentioned Radeon R7 M445 4GB. Not sure how much better it is then the integrated chip so maybe worth checking when you guys get yours :)
Ah mine just says Intel graphics 620 I think.
Not bad graphics to be honest. Can handle lower games. Also this case is a b*tch to take apart to add a SSD haha!
Nightmare, will definitely just use the optical replacement for the drive, was going to add another 8gb RAM, although it's running very quick at the moment, so that could wait!
Got to say would definitely recommend scratch and dent, may have just got lucky but i cannot see any problems with it, to the extent i wouldn't complain if this was bought as new!
Yeah I upgraded the HD to SSD, but this case is crazy about 30 screws then removal of the Disc Drive just to add a SSD haha.
Glad yours come thought you were waiting until the 30th!
So did I! seems they just create delivery estimates out of thin air!
I dread to think what the shell will look like once i've finished butchering it hten! ha!
Which SSD did you go for? I was looking at Samsung evo 120gb (price over size!)
Same mate I had the Evo lying around from my old PC done the trick. Rapid boots in about 20 secs :D

SkyBlues1990
PaulTheYid
SkyBlues1990
PaulTheYid
SkyBlues1990
Jonnyblock
SkyBlues1990
Received mine came mint also it has a dedicated GPU that wasn't mentioned Radeon R7 M445 4GB. Not sure how much better it is then the integrated chip so maybe worth checking when you guys get yours :)
Ah mine just says Intel graphics 620 I think.
Not bad graphics to be honest. Can handle lower games. Also this case is a b*tch to take apart to add a SSD haha!
Nightmare, will definitely just use the optical replacement for the drive, was going to add another 8gb RAM, although it's running very quick at the moment, so that could wait!
Got to say would definitely recommend scratch and dent, may have just got lucky but i cannot see any problems with it, to the extent i wouldn't complain if this was bought as new!
Yeah I upgraded the HD to SSD, but this case is crazy about 30 screws then removal of the Disc Drive just to add a SSD haha.
Glad yours come thought you were waiting until the 30th!
So did I! seems they just create delivery estimates out of thin air!
I dread to think what the shell will look like once i've finished butchering it hten! ha!
Which SSD did you go for? I was looking at Samsung evo 120gb (price over size!)
Same mate I had the Evo lying around from my old PC done the trick. Rapid boots in about 20 secs :D

These 30 screws... is it obvious which ones?
And was the hard drive caddy mentioned above still OK?
PaulTheYid
SkyBlues1990
PaulTheYid
SkyBlues1990
Jonnyblock
SkyBlues1990
Received mine came mint also it has a dedicated GPU that wasn't mentioned Radeon R7 M445 4GB. Not sure how much better it is then the integrated chip so maybe worth checking when you guys get yours :)
Ah mine just says Intel graphics 620 I think.
Not bad graphics to be honest. Can handle lower games. Also this case is a b*tch to take apart to add a SSD haha!
Nightmare, will definitely just use the optical replacement for the drive, was going to add another 8gb RAM, although it's running very quick at the moment, so that could wait!
Got to say would definitely recommend scratch and dent, may have just got lucky but i cannot see any problems with it, to the extent i wouldn't complain if this was bought as new!
Yeah I upgraded the HD to SSD, but this case is crazy about 30 screws then removal of the Disc Drive just to add a SSD haha.
Glad yours come thought you were waiting until the 30th!
So did I! seems they just create delivery estimates out of thin air!

I dread to think what the shell will look like once i've finished butchering it hten! ha!

Which SSD did you go for? I was looking at Samsung evo 120gb (price over size!)


Same mate I had the Evo lying around from my old PC done the trick. Rapid boots in about 20 secs :D
SkyBlues1990
PaulTheYid
SkyBlues1990
Jonnyblock
SkyBlues1990
Received mine came mint also it has a dedicated GPU that wasn't mentioned Radeon R7 M445 4GB. Not sure how much better it is then the integrated chip so maybe worth checking when you guys get yours :)
Ah mine just says Intel graphics 620 I think.
Not bad graphics to be honest. Can handle lower games. Also this case is a b*tch to take apart to add a SSD haha!
Nightmare, will definitely just use the optical replacement for the drive, was going to add another 8gb RAM, although it's running very quick at the moment, so that could wait!
Got to say would definitely recommend scratch and dent, may have just got lucky but i cannot see any problems with it, to the extent i wouldn't complain if this was bought as new!
Yeah I upgraded the HD to SSD, but this case is crazy about 30 screws then removal of the Disc Drive just to add a SSD haha.
Glad yours come thought you were waiting until the 30th!
So did I! seems they just create delivery estimates out of thin air!

I dread to think what the shell will look like once i've finished butchering it hten! ha!

Which SSD did you go for? I was looking at Samsung evo 120gb (price over size!)
PaulTheYid
SkyBlues1990
Jonnyblock
SkyBlues1990
Received mine came mint also it has a dedicated GPU that wasn't mentioned Radeon R7 M445 4GB. Not sure how much better it is then the integrated chip so maybe worth checking when you guys get yours :)
Ah mine just says Intel graphics 620 I think.
Not bad graphics to be honest. Can handle lower games. Also this case is a b*tch to take apart to add a SSD haha!
Nightmare, will definitely just use the optical replacement for the drive, was going to add another 8gb RAM, although it's running very quick at the moment, so that could wait!
Got to say would definitely recommend scratch and dent, may have just got lucky but i cannot see any problems with it, to the extent i wouldn't complain if this was bought as new!

Yeah I upgraded the HD to SSD, but this case is crazy about 30 screws then removal of the Disc Drive just to add a SSD haha.

Glad yours come thought you were waiting until the 30th!
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Dell Inspiron 15 - 5559 I5-6200U FHD 1920X1080 8GB Ram 1TB 313.2112 Month Warranty (BIG DELL INSPIRON SALE) at Dell Outlet for £313.21

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I have bought from Dell before and their 'scratch and dent' is nothing, extremely minor as New condition. Use code BIGSALE171 for 10% off also. Several other models available. Maybe some better tha…
I have bought from Dell before and their 'scratch and dent' is nothing, extremely minor as New condition. Use code BIGSALE171 for 10% off also. Several other models available. Maybe some better tha…
SkyBlues1990 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago39 Comments
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I bought this one Inspiron 15 - 5567 Windows 10 Home (64bit) Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-7200U (Dual Core,3M Cache, up to 3.10 GHz,15W)for 299, received yesterday , with fhd screen condition looks brand new

So my delivery of one of these came on Thursday. I'm very pleased but I was wondering does anyone know if it is possible to replace the dvd for a ssd drive on this model and are there any guides out there, thanks.
Tommy925
mubashar
strange, code not working (BIGSALE171) on Inspiron outlet laptops,
Coupons Entered
The following coupons have been entered but require additional information or do not meet eligibility requirements. Click "View Details" link(s) for more information.
10% off all Inspiron……………………...
Expires 20 January 2017
I am getting the same. Any one know what to do?

Initiate a chat with Dell Outlet Customer Service.
mubashar
strange, code not working (BIGSALE171) on Inspiron outlet laptops,
Coupons Entered
The following coupons have been entered but require additional information or do not meet eligibility requirements. Click "View Details" link(s) for more information.
10% off all Inspiron……………………...
Expires 20 January 2017

I am getting the same. Any one know what to do?
fishmaster
khamito
Jonnyblock
Are these graphics any good? :
"2GB AMD Radeon R5 M335 Graphics"
No, they will be barely better than the intel integrated GPU and you'll have problems with some games refusing to use the radeon.
Interesting, which games titles wouldn't be able to use the dedicated GPU? Older titles?
It seems random for me. Often get a black screen when loading particular games - alt tabbing shows an error box that when googling brings up loads of results tied to AMD switchable graphics on dell laptops.
REAL_DEAL
K1LLER HORNET
Jonnyblock
jun19
I bought this one Inspiron 15 - 5567 Windows 10 Home (64bit) Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-7200U (Dual Core,3M Cache, up to 3.10 GHz,15W)for 299, received yesterday , with fhd screen condition looks brand new
I can only find these for a final price of £333.
Does anyone think it's worth paying the extra £20 for the i5-7200U?
It is. Kaby Lake CPU's on laptops provide around a 15% bump in cpu & gpu performance.
hi m8 how does the Dell i5 7200 with the 4gb radeon m44x graphics compare to the deal I posted the HP AMD http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-15-ba047na-laptop-amd-a12-2tb-8gb-ram-15-6-full-hd-john-lewis-399-99-2597511?p=29817921, no dells in stock at present but these fluctuate. would be nice to know if one is better
thanks

The Dell/7200u has a better CPU (20% overall).
The HP/A12 has a better GPU (30%).

If you're gaming at all the A12 is the clear winner.
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Dell Inspiron 3650 Desktop, i5-6400,NVIDIA GeForce,8 GB DDR3L,128GB SSD,1TB SATA - £324.00 @ Dell Outlet

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Great all round Desktop, Use "merry" to get 15% off to bring it down to £324, free postage. I know "for an extra £xxx" you can get better PC's, but I've not seen a better all rounder with Windows 10 f…
Great all round Desktop, Use "merry" to get 15% off to bring it down to £324, free postage. I know "for an extra £xxx" you can get better PC's, but I've not seen a better all rounder with Windows 10 f…
vrslkllcw Avatar2m, 5h agoFound 2 months, 5 hours ago17 Comments
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Noclouds
I agree with you on those things, it is a frustration, but that it's hard to build a like with like because Dell, Lenovo, etc, are often using proprietary parts, which is to say cut down motherboards that have a bare minimum of features for an office base unit and often a non standard power supply socket that needs an adapter to take a standard power supply. Also, in a lot of builds, though not this one, Dell are using the T version of Intel CPUs which are great because they use less power so they can use a cheaper power supply but, clocked lower than the non-T version, they are also lesser performing parts. For office work, who cares but for productivity apps and some of the games where the CPU performance is a bottleneck, you perhaps want the non-T version of the CPU. A system builder could chose that T version of the CPU at the same price as the non T version but, unless they are building a tiny Mini-ITX build in a small case where it's hard to control the temperatures, they are more likely to chose a better performing non T version.
Would people be prepared to pay Dell a little more for a three year warranty, in that the parts bought separately give you the added value for money in the case where those parts do have longer warranties? I don't know but that's an added value consideration to a home build that I think gets overlooked. Equally, not everyone wants to build their own, just that if you want a graphics card that needs your computer to have a power supply with six pin power cables for the more powerful graphics cards, changing out a basic power supply with its octopus of cables and plugs and cable management is pain and about half of the hassle of building your own computer form the get go.
I am fully sympathetic to what you are saying because you are being specific and fair and I like these Dell deals for what they are, more than adequate for must uses and often decent value if you are happy with the one year warranty. I always enjoy your wise and patient posts! A very Happy Christmas period to you and yours. :)
I can't disagree with any of those points raised except perhaps calling my posts wise and patient :D
Voted cold, not a Mac. Plus i could build one cheaper by stealing components from neighbours and foraging in the forest for wiring.
spannerzone
Noclouds
I enjoy your posts and agree up to a point but "Warranty 1 year Collect & Return Hardware Support included with your PC" is one of many reasons that people build their own computers, they get the full retail box warranty of the parts that they buy, rather than settling for a one year warranty. Also, as the question of upgradability comes up a lot on these threads, why would someone want to build like with like, why would you want to build down to the limited Dell spec with a low power power supply that won't support a graphics card upgrade like a GTX 1060 or RX 480? People buy office base units, find they need a more powerful power supply for the graphics card they want, buy that more powerful power supply, so essentially they have shelled out money for two power supplies rather than getting their needs met from the get go, and then they find out the motherboard of the base unit has a non-standard socket that doesn't match anything on the power supply.
There are workarounds, motherboard PSU socket adapters, but... you are getting into a level of hassle that might not be worth it, for some people; if you can replace a power supply, you can easily enough build your own computer and get everything right on day one, without further cost and hassle and with the retail box warranty length of the components chosen.
As a basic base unit that includes a windows licence, these Dell deals are fine, absolutely agree with that, particularly if you don't mind the limited one year warranty. I couldn't find the deal on offer, here, having searched the site but if I was after a basic office base unit, I would say the deal merits heat for those looking for that.
I would agree that someone wanting to have some upgrade potential like a decent graphics card might be better looking elsewhere and it's true that building your own might be to have a better spec PC but time and time again people post replies saying they can build a same or better spec PC for less money but always fail to come up with any actual proof of where I could go and buy the bits to enable me to have a fully working PC with the same or very similar performing parts and a genuine (not £3) Windows licence and the fact is you can't.....that's what bugs me with those simple replies that they're voting cold as they can build the same for less.
And as you say, you'd probably want to build your own to actually get a better spec with more futureproofing.... that'll cost a bit more and yet as said, they'll always say they can do better for cheaper when it would be far more realistic if they said they can build better for a bit more.
Just one of my pet hates when we get a PC deal posted and the drive by cold voters just hit cold and give a totally unhelpful comment

I agree with you on those things, it is a frustration, but that it's hard to build a like with like because Dell, Lenovo, etc, are often using proprietary parts, which is to say cut down motherboards that have a bare minimum of features for an office base unit and often a non standard power supply socket that needs an adapter to take a standard power supply. Also, in a lot of builds, though not this one, Dell are using the T version of Intel CPUs which are great because they use less power so they can use a cheaper power supply but, clocked lower than the non-T version, they are also lesser performing parts. For office work, who cares but for productivity apps and some of the games where the CPU performance is a bottleneck, you perhaps want the non-T version of the CPU. A system builder could chose that T version of the CPU at the same price as the non T version but, unless they are building a tiny Mini-ITX build in a small case where it's hard to control the temperatures, they are more likely to chose a better performing non T version.

Would people be prepared to pay Dell a little more for a three year warranty, in that the parts bought separately give you the added value for money in the case where those parts do have longer warranties? I don't know but that's an added value consideration to a home build that I think gets overlooked. Equally, not everyone wants to build their own, just that if you want a graphics card that needs your computer to have a power supply with six pin power cables for the more powerful graphics cards, changing out a basic power supply with its octopus of cables and plugs and cable management is pain and about half of the hassle of building your own computer form the get go.

I am fully sympathetic to what you are saying because you are being specific and fair and I like these Dell deals for what they are, more than adequate for must uses and often decent value if you are happy with the one year warranty. I always enjoy your wise and patient posts! A very Happy Christmas period to you and yours. :)



Edited By: Noclouds on Dec 24, 2016 00:18: Clarification
Noclouds
I enjoy your posts and agree up to a point but "Warranty 1 year Collect & Return Hardware Support included with your PC" is one of many reasons that people build their own computers, they get the full retail box warranty of the parts that they buy, rather than settling for a one year warranty. Also, as the question of upgradability comes up a lot on these threads, why would someone want to build like with like, why would you want to build down to the limited Dell spec with a low power power supply that won't support a graphics card upgrade like a GTX 1060 or RX 480? People buy office base units, find they need a more powerful power supply for the graphics card they want, buy that more powerful power supply, so essentially they have shelled out money for two power supplies rather than getting their needs met from the get go, and then they find out the motherboard of the base unit has a non-standard socket that doesn't match anything on the power supply.
There are workarounds, motherboard PSU socket adapters, but... you are getting into a level of hassle that might not be worth it, for some people; if you can replace a power supply, you can easily enough build your own computer and get everything right on day one, without further cost and hassle and with the retail box warranty length of the components chosen.
As a basic base unit that includes a windows licence, these Dell deals are fine, absolutely agree with that, particularly if you don't mind the limited one year warranty. I couldn't find the deal on offer, here, having searched the site but if I was after a basic office base unit, I would say the deal merits heat for those looking for that.
I would agree that someone wanting to have some upgrade potential like a decent graphics card might be better looking elsewhere and it's true that building your own might be to have a better spec PC but time and time again people post replies saying they can build a same or better spec PC for less money but always fail to come up with any actual proof of where I could go and buy the bits to enable me to have a fully working PC with the same or very similar performing parts and a genuine (not £3) Windows licence and the fact is you can't.....that's what bugs me with those simple replies that they're voting cold as they can build the same for less.

And as you say, you'd probably want to build your own to actually get a better spec with more futureproofing.... that'll cost a bit more and yet as said, they'll always say they can do better for cheaper when it would be far more realistic if they said they can build better for a bit more.

Just one of my pet hates when we get a PC deal posted and the drive by cold voters just hit cold and give a totally unhelpful comment



Edited By: spannerzone on Dec 23, 2016 22:48
Does anyone have a working link for this.
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Amazing deals on Latitude 5270s at Dell Outlet using 30% code such as this Full HD i5 512GB SSD 8GB RAM Touch Windows 10 Pro for £528.37

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Very good deals on Latitude 5270s on Dell Outlet today. There was a problem with the link. You need to select Outlet Business then Coupons. You'll then see the coupon and the link to the inve…
Very good deals on Latitude 5270s on Dell Outlet today. There was a problem with the link. You need to select Outlet Business then Coupons. You'll then see the coupon and the link to the inve…
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Are these refurb/scratch n dent?
Includes both. I ordered one with scratch and dent.
​Got my laptop. It is new. Can't see any scratches or dent so far. Happy with the purchase. Thanks OP Again.
Latitude E5270 Windows 10 Pro (64bit)
256GB M.2 SATA Solid State Drive
Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-6300U (2C, up to 3.0 GHz, 3M Cache, 25W)
Dell Wireless 5811e LTE Mobile Broadband
8 GB (2x4GB) 2133MHz DDR4 Memory Non ECC
Intel HD Graphics
Primary 4-cell 62W/HR Battery
12.5 inch FHD (1920 x 1080) Anti-Glare Non- Touch LCD
Palmrest : Fingerprint and Smart Card Reader (Contact and Contactless)
Intel 8260 Dual band 2x2 802.11ac Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 4.1
Total Price: £452.77

That's a great deal - under half the price on the main website. I've been buying off Dell Outlet for years. I'm glad you're pleased.

The 5270 is a good machine - my wife has one for work. There are still loads available with the 30 per cent off voucher.
anoop
airfix
Are these refurb/scratch n dent?
Includes both. I ordered one with scratch and dent.


​Got my laptop. It is new. Can't see any scratches or dent so far. Happy with the purchase. Thanks OP Again.

Latitude E5270 Windows 10 Pro (64bit)

256GB M.2 SATA Solid State Drive

Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-6300U (2C, up to 3.0 GHz, 3M Cache, 25W)

Dell Wireless 5811e LTE Mobile Broadband

8 GB (2x4GB) 2133MHz DDR4 Memory Non ECC

Intel HD Graphics

Primary 4-cell 62W/HR Battery

12.5 inch FHD (1920 x 1080) Anti-Glare Non- Touch LCD

Palmrest : Fingerprint and Smart Card Reader (Contact and Contactless)

Intel 8260 Dual band 2x2 802.11ac Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 4.1


Total Price: £452.77
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Dual core - glorified i3.
Hi, I want a laptop with similar specs or at least close to the dell xps 13 with touch enabled. Mainly need a very good battery life, i can browse the web and edit photos e.g on photoshop or lightroom and do Microsoft word, PowerPoint and excel stuff and I want it to run really fast the applications and not lag. Would this be good deal for me
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Dell inspiration 3000 for £199.00 starting midnight Thursday 24th Nov

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£199.00 @ Dell Outlet
Dells Black Friday deal saving of £180 of this 15 inch inspiration 3000 laptop with 8gb Ram and windows10 Home.
Dells Black Friday deal saving of £180 of this 15 inch inspiration 3000 laptop with 8gb Ram and windows10 Home.
sp3345 Avatar3m, 1d agoFound 3 months, 1 day ago12 Comments
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yep couldnt complete order site crashed ,anyone managed to do it ?
hope someone here got one of these. I tried nut the website fell over. Then I found that Amazon had a similar offer on that id missed while trying for the Dell offer. :(
sp3345
3.9% top cashback from topcashback too
Thanks! I always forget...
sp3345
3.9% top cashback from topcashback too


​I think it was approx 7.5% from Quidco when I last checked
3.9% top cashback from topcashback too
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ALIENWARE 13 GAMING LAPTOP £809.10 @ Dell (with code)

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Hi Guys and Girls Looking for an i7 with decent graphics, resolution, SSD kinda thing and found this. Codes ALIEN10 and 7% Quidco,and brings it down to ~752.46 Thoughts?
Hi Guys and Girls Looking for an i7 with decent graphics, resolution, SSD kinda thing and found this. Codes ALIEN10 and 7% Quidco,and brings it down to ~752.46 Thoughts?
bengee138 Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago25 Comments
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New 13" launched as expected:
http://www.dell.com/uk/p/alienware-13-laptop/pd?ref=PD_OC

Now I'm wondering if new XPS15 will launch on 16th when the £100 code expires on 15th.
alienware deal


Seems a good deal to me. Still gonna get decent performance from it and a good price as well. Not gonna bother with the new one

Edited By: livo86 on Nov 10, 2016 22:43: Add
Tried the Alien10 code at checkout when ordering the £1749 13 R3, it didn't work. Got in a live chat with a rep and they agreed to a 10% discount making it £1575. Tempted...
I don't need another gaming laptop quite yet, but if I were in the market for one, I'd be hanging on for one fitted with the brand new Nvidia 1050Ti GPU. This is the 'budget' version of Pascal and is likely to be far cheaper than the 1060/1070/1080 yet it delivers performance better than an old Nvidia 970m. You can't buy it yet but it's going to be everywhere in a month or two. Here's some blurb to read...

http://www.pcgamer.com/mobile-gtx-1050-ti-looks-to-hold-its-own-against-desktop-version/

http://www.notebookcheck.net/NVIDIA-GeForce-GTX-1050-Ti-Notebook.168400.0.html
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The new Alienware 13 R3 is being released on the 10th hence the code being only valid til the 9th. The new AW 13 R3 is supposed to be vastly superior with 1060 card and quad core i7 6700 and apparently amazin OLED screen (but expensive). The main drawback is he battery life is reduced to around 4hrs when not gaming.
I think based on the sneak previews provided by Dell for black friday/cyber Monday, the AW 15 is likely to get reduced and is probably the best of the three in terms of features and portability, however there are many users reporting heating issues with the CPU's, particularly the 6820HK. Apparently Alienware have fixed the issues with new models, however it's no certainty and you may find yourself having to repaste.
If you're willing to spend to get a good gaming laptop the Aorus X5/X7 models are not a bad deal providing you can live with loud fan noise, compared to Alienware. You get 2yr warranty with them as opposed to Alienware's 1.
If you want portability, great screen then go with AW 13 R3 with OLED and also get the amplifier and stick a 1080 and be done with it.
The 13 R3 won't be getting a Kaby Lake processor?

Maybe next year when quad core i7s are released but difference will be negligible as its only minor improvements to power and better intel gpu which doesn't matter here really.
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Dell (REFURB) Optiplex 7440 All-In-One, i3 3.7GHz, 23.8” TFT, 4GB DDR4, 500GB HDD, DVD, 3 Year On-site Warranty, with CODE £326.37

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Use this 20% code to get this price: Z4G64TXN2V1ZQ1 9 in stock at time of listing. If the link doesn’t work then try here: http://www.dell.com/learn/uk/en/ukdfb1/campaigns/shop-outlet-deals?c=uk&l=e…
Use this 20% code to get this price: Z4G64TXN2V1ZQ1 9 in stock at time of listing. If the link doesn’t work then try here: http://www.dell.com/learn/uk/en/ukdfb1/campaigns/shop-outlet-deals?c=uk&l=e…
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There are two more in stock but at the higher price of £346.60.
Code= B?FZRCC$N6?SZ9
All gone now.
There are some cheap Xeon Quad Core Servers starting at £233.55 delivered including a 3 year next business day on-site warranty:

PowerEdge T20 Server
Intel Xeon Processor E3-1225 v3 (Quad Core, 3.20GHz Turbo, 8MB, w/ HD Graphics P4600)
No Operating System
4 GB Memory (1x4 GB Single Rank UDIMM) 1600MHz
1 TB SATA Hard Drive (7200 RPM)
Mini-Tower Chassis
Intel 82579 Gigabit Ethernet LAN
Keyboard USB QWERTY Keyboard
Power Supply, 290W, EPA

The 15% off code is LC?WP5ML8LLHHG
The link to copy and paste is
http://www.dell.com/learn/uk/en/ukdfb1/campaigns/shop-outlet-deals?dgc=SM&cid=1519&lid=632606785&linkId=30212568#campaignTabs-1
3 left and also 1 that is £5 cheaper.
I'm struggling to view this on my mobile. Are the mouse / keyboard wireless? And speakers built in? Thanks
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Dell new inspiron 15 7000 with latest 7th generation i5 cpu - £649.00

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Price includes delivery and £100 off with code PREMIUMUK until 26th October. Given their impressive xps13, I reckon this shouldn't be too bad for the price. Highlights: A 15 " 7000 laptop c…
Price includes delivery and £100 off with code PREMIUMUK until 26th October. Given their impressive xps13, I reckon this shouldn't be too bad for the price. Highlights: A 15 " 7000 laptop c…
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mafj
still lack of HDMI 2.0 deal breaker for me
me too.
but this laptop so beautiful
Anyone know for sure what the connector for the second 2.5 bay is? Ideally anyone who also got the 7566?
still lack of HDMI 2.0 deal breaker for me
I have a spare hybrid drive I'm planning to add as drive 2 if I can (as mine has 256GB SSD), haven't looked into the size and connection requirements yet.

Currently setting up and doing all the updates - Max Payne 3 takes forever to download from Steam if you're on ADSL (getting fibre later this month).

Not so keen on the running shoe style "detail" on it - would rather have a plain understated laptop, but screen seems fine to me so far (despite some concerns on reviews about it, though it seems that Dell use two different ones, depending on whether its Dell Direct or not, direct being better).

Boots up lovely and quick though :)

Edited By: jazzuk777 on Nov 04, 2016 10:13
jazzuk777
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I ended up getting the 15 7559 from dell outlet for £572. It is 'scratch and dent' but that's fine by me
Do report back what condition it actually turns up as!
Laptop has just arrived in mint condition, I'm very pleased :)
My 7566 should arrive tomorrow fingers crossed if my wife is in when they arrive. Any thoughts on the performance etc. so far (and does yours have the SSD or is it HDD/both?)


No ssd, might add that in the future
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Dell Inspiron 13- 5368 2-in-1 (Certified Refurb) £448.15 (with code) @ Dell

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Inspiron 13- 5368 2-in-1 Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-6200U (3M Cache, up to 2.80 GHz) Windows 10 Home (64bit) 8 GB (2x4GB) 2133MHz DDR4 Memory Non ECC 256 GB Solid State Hard Drive No Op…
Inspiron 13- 5368 2-in-1 Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-6200U (3M Cache, up to 2.80 GHz) Windows 10 Home (64bit) 8 GB (2x4GB) 2133MHz DDR4 Memory Non ECC 256 GB Solid State Hard Drive No Op…
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Looks like it's gone out of stock. I'll gracefully retire the post
This model pops in and out of stock quite regularly.
Link leads to nowhere
Link does not appear to work?
I seen this the other day and put it in my basket.
It does look like a good deal. If only you could get it to less than £400...
Can you use student discount along with other vouchers?
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DELL Inspiron 15 Scratch and Dent i5-6200U 8GB 1TB FULL HD £326.00 " Dell Outlet with code

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9 in stock, 15% off all Inspiron laptops: MF??64KGJW6Q6D Quidco 1% Inspiron 15 - 5559 Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-6200U (3M Cache, up to 2.80 GHz) Windows 10 Home (64bit) 8 GB DD…
9 in stock, 15% off all Inspiron laptops: MF??64KGJW6Q6D Quidco 1% Inspiron 15 - 5559 Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-6200U (3M Cache, up to 2.80 GHz) Windows 10 Home (64bit) 8 GB DD…
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i must say the dell engineers from the team valley in Gateshead have been great, so yes probably had them out 3 times out of 15 computers but never had an issue with dell cs or engineers fixing the issue
customer service non-existent! I had issues with a brand new PC costing over £1K, faulty, they would not collect. I ended getting credit card company to sort out for me.
Yeah looks a nice deal, but buyer beware! Dell has got a atrocious reputation as far as customer service is concerned, I've had nothing but problems with them.
All 10 are gone, I bet these were acquired to sell on ebay or something. One's that are still available for 386 are certified refurbs not scratch/dents and should have Radeon graphics. This will be close to new inspiron which costs 499:\

http://pilot.search.dell.com/cn55705

http://i.dell.com/sites/imagecontent/products/PublishingImages/inspiron-15-5567-laptop/jp-emea/laptop-inspiron-15-5000-GlossyBlack-Intel-polaris-pdp-01.jpg

Edited By: pablomalin on Sep 29, 2016 20:28
Can't find it anymore :(

I think Dell put the price up on this listed model by around £100 probably because it was actually selling. Scumbags.

Edited By: K1LLER HORNET on Sep 29, 2016 20:14: Update
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Dell Alienware Aurora R5 Gaming Desktop - £50 off plus secret discount (£776.20 or less)

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A little-known deal here guys. I just ordered an Alienware desktop gaming PC and was able to get £100 knocked off the price simply by speaking to Dell on the live chat. (They've currently got a £50 of…
A little-known deal here guys. I just ordered an Alienware desktop gaming PC and was able to get £100 knocked off the price simply by speaking to Dell on the live chat. (They've currently got a £50 of…
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On a similar note, I know nothing about PC's but need one for around £350.
I am not going to build one myself. My dell is 10years old and struggling.
Web browsing,photos, iplayer.
I lost 2years of my life palying TFC back in the day, so very little gaming.
Be grateful of any help/pointers.
5nowman
Am I going blind? sorry dude.. can't see where it says windows 10 pro license included.
I was looking at the:
New Alienware Alpha - £649.00inc deliver
Intel® Core™ i5 6400T, Windows 10 Home English, NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX960 GPU 4GB GDDR5
8GB (1x8G) 2133MHz DDR4 Memory
500GB 7200RPM SATA 6Gb/s

If you scroll down on the page, you have to add it manually.
Am I going blind? sorry dude.. can't see where it says windows 10 pro license included.

I was looking at the:
New Alienware Alpha - £649.00inc deliver
Intel® Core™ i5 6400T, Windows 10 Home English, NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX960 GPU 4GB GDDR5
8GB (1x8G) 2133MHz DDR4 Memory
500GB 7200RPM SATA 6Gb/s


Edited By: 5nowman on Sep 16, 2016 15:46
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HoofingNinja
lol I could build a better spec, with better aesthetics for £600. Why can't people comprehend that Alienware are a rip-off. Do your research on price and components, before tacitly buying this scam.
edit: The case is ugly( in the eye of the beholder though),
Windows OEM keys are cheap as chips,
You get warranties on components regardless, so that debacle is invalid,
and building '25 PC's' has not made you efficient in how to spend your money. It seems like you're trying to justify it to yourself. But hey-ho. Enjoy.
I know I could build a cheaper PC, but why turn this into an argument about how well I spend money? I clearly stated I don't wish to do so this time around and i'm happy with the price I paid for the service I get. Plus if you go onto the Microsoft store, you'll see it's around £179.99 for a Pro license. The fact that this includes a Pro license helped me make my mind up.
crazyshelby
Just doing a quick search on Chillblast comes up with a machine for 749 pounds (cheaper than this). Same processor and ram. However it has a newer and stronger graphics card and a primary SSD drive backed up with Windows 10 and 5 year warranty (2 year collect and return). Like others have said you are merely paying to say to people I have an Alienware PC (which is totally up to you). Working in the IT industry I know a lot of people who tend to laugh and shake their heads when someone brags they have Alienware. Everyone has an opinion, unfortunately just saying you've built 25 PCs etc doesn't mean you know everything. Otherwise I'd heavily doubt you would go Alienware when it comes to best components and value. I would say even if you only do light gaming etc, if you are spending 3/4 of a thousand pounds, surely you want to get the best for your money? A badge on the front will not provide you with that value. Hope you enjoy your purchase anyway and for anyone else, have a look at other companies, as there are some really good deals i.e Novatech like people have mentioned. Chillblast are fantastic when it comes to things going wrong and replacing parts etc. Hope this helps
I spent 2 years of my life working for HP - but I didn't claim to know everything. Working in the IT industry means little these days - I know people who work in industry and they're absolutely horrific at their jobs.
I just shared this deal in case anyone looking for an Alienware machine wanted a little bit of a discount towards their purchase.
Sorry I shared the thing now, it seems people would rather claim I don't know anything rather than just see that it's the cheapest deal around for this particular Alienware machine.
Nah dude, this ain't an argument. I was hoping I could enlighten you through your ignorance. The fact that you responded with the R.R.P of the Pro key tells me everything I need to know about how you approach your purchases and what little research you do before buying. It's that tacit complicit attitude that perpetuates these OP scams, for hardware that's twofold over the R.R.P. Like I stated; enjoy your myopic purchase :)

My ignorance :) Wow. I'm gonna have fun with you.

Do you buy the cheap £8-13 keys on eBay? You know, the Dreamspark keys? Mate - you haven't got the foggiest who you're talking to. I'm an IT Security Professional and former HP Security employee. I really wouldn't if i were you.

If you GENUINELY believe you're buying a legitimate key for that sort of money, you deserve everything you get. You do realise Microsoft are shutting down those kinds of keys as we speak? Have you read the latest Microsoft news?

Please. Don't come here trash talking when you clearly don't know the very topic you're talking about.

EDIT: I'd much prefer it if you didn't reply as well. I have no time for silly little arguments on the internet with people who believe they're buying a fully legit key that no-one else has got for £8. Have a nice day (no sarcasm meant)

Edited By: in$anity on Sep 16, 2016 14:55
in$anity
HoofingNinja
lol I could build a better spec, with better aesthetics for £600. Why can't people comprehend that Alienware are a rip-off. Do your research on price and components, before tacitly buying this scam.
edit: The case is ugly( in the eye of the beholder though),
Windows OEM keys are cheap as chips,
You get warranties on components regardless, so that debacle is invalid,
and building '25 PC's' has not made you efficient in how to spend your money. It seems like you're trying to justify it to yourself. But hey-ho. Enjoy.
I know I could build a cheaper PC, but why turn this into an argument about how well I spend money? I clearly stated I don't wish to do so this time around and i'm happy with the price I paid for the service I get. Plus if you go onto the Microsoft store, you'll see it's around £179.99 for a Pro license. The fact that this includes a Pro license helped me make my mind up.
crazyshelby
Just doing a quick search on Chillblast comes up with a machine for 749 pounds (cheaper than this). Same processor and ram. However it has a newer and stronger graphics card and a primary SSD drive backed up with Windows 10 and 5 year warranty (2 year collect and return). Like others have said you are merely paying to say to people I have an Alienware PC (which is totally up to you). Working in the IT industry I know a lot of people who tend to laugh and shake their heads when someone brags they have Alienware. Everyone has an opinion, unfortunately just saying you've built 25 PCs etc doesn't mean you know everything. Otherwise I'd heavily doubt you would go Alienware when it comes to best components and value. I would say even if you only do light gaming etc, if you are spending 3/4 of a thousand pounds, surely you want to get the best for your money? A badge on the front will not provide you with that value. Hope you enjoy your purchase anyway and for anyone else, have a look at other companies, as there are some really good deals i.e Novatech like people have mentioned. Chillblast are fantastic when it comes to things going wrong and replacing parts etc. Hope this helps
I spent 2 years of my life working for HP - but I didn't claim to know everything. Working in the IT industry means little these days - I know people who work in industry and they're absolutely horrific at their jobs.
I just shared this deal in case anyone looking for an Alienware machine wanted a little bit of a discount towards their purchase.
Sorry I shared the thing now, it seems people would rather claim I don't know anything rather than just see that it's the cheapest deal around for this particular Alienware machine.
Nah dude, this ain't an argument. I was hoping I could enlighten you through your ignorance. The fact that you responded with the R.R.P of the Pro key tells me everything I need to know about how you approach your purchases and what little research you do before buying. It's that tacit complicit attitude that perpetuates these OP scams, for hardware that's twofold over the R.R.P. Like I stated; enjoy your myopic purchase :)
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Alienware Steam Machine GTX 960 £749.99 (possibly lower than base price £419.00 - see description) @ Dell.co.uk Please see full info:

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I managed to get the following discounts and popped a copy of windows 10 on this unit, changing bios to legacy. 4% Quidco 15% Unidays (or try claiming your in the employee purchase program 10%
I managed to get the following discounts and popped a copy of windows 10 on this unit, changing bios to legacy. 4% Quidco 15% Unidays (or try claiming your in the employee purchase program 10%
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MrBeatnik
A bit of work, but wheeling and dealing counts as a deal.

I managed to get all the discounts quoted. I like to wheel and deal! cheers.
CampGareth
I'm not sure how you get to the £419 figure, from your description you get to £573 and then sell off a steam controller making the final value £543?

£419 is base price of the i3 model without any discounts. Alpha Steam OS goes from £419 to £749.00. The windows 10 version is an average of £50 more expensive on each variation. Great if you don't want windows or have windows key and can install yourself like I did.
I'm not sure how you get to the £419 figure, from your description you get to £573 and then sell off a steam controller making the final value £543?
Not bad if you can get it down to that price, but it's a pretty big if.
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Dell XPS 15 £1,149.00 @ Dell

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hyperlink doesn't seem to be working so LINK: http://www.dell.com/uk/p/xps-15-9550-laptop/pd?ST=dell%20xps%2015&dgc=ST&cid=41142&lid=1069631&acd=239715600720560&ven1=sDsEpCLS3&ven2=e Same price now…
hyperlink doesn't seem to be working so LINK: http://www.dell.com/uk/p/xps-15-9550-laptop/pd?ST=dell%20xps%2015&dgc=ST&cid=41142&lid=1069631&acd=239715600720560&ven1=sDsEpCLS3&ven2=e Same price now…
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I was wondering how that worked. That would make sense though for the HDD ones..which have a small SSD too. I bought one and was thinking to add/upgrade the SSD and the battery...but if that's the case I'd have to remove the HDD to fit the larger battery in.
zerorevolutions
There are actually a few with the i7 and the 4k display on the dell outlet store for less than this, and win 10 pro. Only drawback is the HDD, not sure if the batteries are the same.

If they have a normal hdd instead of an ssd then they will have the small battery as the hdd space is used for the larger battery. The ssd's used are M2 sata so much smaller.
There are actually a few with the i7 and the 4k display on the dell outlet store for less than this, and win 10 pro. Only drawback is the HDD, not sure if the batteries are the same.
Astec123
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Astec123
Sorry but this is only going to be cold from me, just looking at one alternative supplier and even on like for like specs you're looking at up to £300 less cash.http://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/notebooks/optimusVII-15/ - under £900 for the same specifications as this XPS.http://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/notebooks/defianceIII-15/ - £80 more getting you identical spec + fingerprint reader + a GTX1060 which is a whole heap faster than the 900 series.http://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/notebooks/optimusVII-Pro-15/ - For £25 more than this deal you can get this option with;
Double the ram
A second battery
Same capacity SSD
Second mechanical hard drive for long term storage
Bluray writer
Fingerprint reader
Backlit keyboard
Slightly faster 965M graphic
otherwise spec for spec matching
While I accept the XPS is trying to push high performance in a small package, my experience with Dell is the thing will be noisy and unpleasant to use due to heat. Reviews seem to suggest much the same with the Dell being louder in most testing than equivalent laptops, and also hotter too. Low 50's under gaming and under heavy load into the 60°C+ region at the centre of the keyboard which is not by any means comfortable temperatures to be working with (that figure in my experience is the point where a laptop starts to become painful to use).
I had an XPS and while I loved the machine, it was a pig to game on as you had to use an external keyboard and mouse (kind of defeats the purpose of buying a laptop in the first place) and then also use headphones to get away from the jet engine exhaust fans.
As I've said, there are loads of other bespoke suppliers out there and I've not even tried to check them for better deals, but I'm sure a short look around will find more than the 3 better alternatives I've managed to find in the course of 5 minutes.
​Lol, coming up with a brick laptop custom build. It's not all about specs, aesthetics, weight, sleekness. Design matters more for some, obviously not you. So don't be ready to shun others.
purplefleece
Astec123
Sorry but this is only going to be cold from me, just looking at one alternative supplier and even on like for like specs you're looking at up to £300 less cash.http://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/notebooks/optimusVII-15/ - under £900 for the same specifications as this XPS.http://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/notebooks/defianceIII-15/ - £80 more getting you identical spec + fingerprint reader + a GTX1060 which is a whole heap faster than the 900 series.http://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/notebooks/optimusVII-Pro-15/ - For £25 more than this deal you can get this option with;
Double the ram
A second battery
Same capacity SSD
Second mechanical hard drive for long term storage
Bluray writer
Fingerprint reader
Backlit keyboard
Slightly faster 965M graphic
otherwise spec for spec matching
While I accept the XPS is trying to push high performance in a small package, my experience with Dell is the thing will be noisy and unpleasant to use due to heat. Reviews seem to suggest much the same with the Dell being louder in most testing than equivalent laptops, and also hotter too. Low 50's under gaming and under heavy load into the 60°C+ region at the centre of the keyboard which is not by any means comfortable temperatures to be working with (that figure in my experience is the point where a laptop starts to become painful to use).
I had an XPS and while I loved the machine, it was a pig to game on as you had to use an external keyboard and mouse (kind of defeats the purpose of buying a laptop in the first place) and then also use headphones to get away from the jet engine exhaust fans.
As I've said, there are loads of other bespoke suppliers out there and I've not even tried to check them for better deals, but I'm sure a short look around will find more than the 3 better alternatives I've managed to find in the course of 5 minutes.
Yes a poor response. As an xps owner for many years, I rate these machines in terms of performance and design. Stunning screen too. So just comparing selective specs isn't the whole pic.
Uridium
Will go cold sadly as most on HUKD don't get ultrabooks. Macbook Pro's always go cold as well...I think it's probably because most people don't actually carry there laptops any further than the Sofa to the table.
Comparing a PC specialist or any other Clevo is laughable but is the norm on here...
Whatever you say.....https://www.amazon.co.uk/ASUS-Notebook-i7-6700HQ-Processor-Graphics/dp/B015OG3T1Q/ref=pd_vtph_147_lp_t_3?ie=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=PAZ2PGZVT97ARMA6GAR4
Equivalent spec again, 2.6kg for £850. £300 less than this deal.https://www.amazon.co.uk/ASUS-Zenbook-UX501VW-FJ098T-15-6-Notebook/dp/B019KZVGPS/ref=sr_1_2?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1471611676&sr=1-2&keywords=Asus+Zenbook+Pro
More ram, 512GB SSDhttp://shop.lenovo.com/gb/en/laptops/ideapad/y700-series/y700-15/
Significanly smaller than the other option I posted, UHD display, Blu-ray for similar moneyhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/ASUS-N552VW-FY094T-i7-6700HQ-GeForce-Windows/dp/B019KZV6I0/ref=sr_1_4?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1471611676&sr=1-4&keywords=Asus+Zenbook+Pro
More RAM, 128gb SSD, 1lb heavier but £150 cheaper
Again not really trying here, however, the rest of the community will leave you to your overpriced Dells.

Other than the GL552 (which is in no way an Ultrabook weighing in at 2.6Kgs) there are actually some good alternatives there.

The thing with Ultrabooks that you missed with your first post with the Pc Specialist offerings is that it's not just down to spec and price. In the Ultrabook world build quality, weight and battery life are prime considerations.

I work as a consultant for a Global IT company...I have to cart my laptop all over the place..I could have a top of the range monster i7 17" beast of a laptop but they weigh a ton, I sacrifice some performance for a smaller machine with enough performance to do what I need to do, a decent battery life and it looks nice in front of clients (that last point is actually very important believe it or not when you work for an IT Company)

If I could I'd use nothing but my Macbook pro but sadly as that's made by a competitor even running a Windows VM on the Mac isn't an option so I'm saddled with a windows laptop...So I carry around a decent mid spec 15" Ultrabook. (and no I'm not an Apple fanboy...I support windows and ESX servers for a living)


Edited By: Uridium on Aug 19, 2016 18:23
NorthLondonN1
Astec123
Sorry but this is only going to be cold from me, just looking at one alternative supplier and even on like for like specs you're looking at up to £300 less cash.http://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/notebooks/optimusVII-15/ - under £900 for the same specifications as this XPS.http://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/notebooks/defianceIII-15/ - £80 more getting you identical spec + fingerprint reader + a GTX1060 which is a whole heap faster than the 900 series.http://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/notebooks/optimusVII-Pro-15/ - For £25 more than this deal you can get this option with;
Double the ram
A second battery
Same capacity SSD
Second mechanical hard drive for long term storage
Bluray writer
Fingerprint reader
Backlit keyboard
Slightly faster 965M graphic
otherwise spec for spec matching
While I accept the XPS is trying to push high performance in a small package, my experience with Dell is the thing will be noisy and unpleasant to use due to heat. Reviews seem to suggest much the same with the Dell being louder in most testing than equivalent laptops, and also hotter too. Low 50's under gaming and under heavy load into the 60°C+ region at the centre of the keyboard which is not by any means comfortable temperatures to be working with (that figure in my experience is the point where a laptop starts to become painful to use).
I had an XPS and while I loved the machine, it was a pig to game on as you had to use an external keyboard and mouse (kind of defeats the purpose of buying a laptop in the first place) and then also use headphones to get away from the jet engine exhaust fans.
As I've said, there are loads of other bespoke suppliers out there and I've not even tried to check them for better deals, but I'm sure a short look around will find more than the 3 better alternatives I've managed to find in the course of 5 minutes.
​Lol, coming up with a brick laptop custom build. It's not all about specs, aesthetics, weight, sleekness. Design matters more for some, obviously not you. So don't be ready to shun others.


purplefleece
Astec123
Sorry but this is only going to be cold from me, just looking at one alternative supplier and even on like for like specs you're looking at up to £300 less cash.http://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/notebooks/optimusVII-15/ - under £900 for the same specifications as this XPS.http://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/notebooks/defianceIII-15/ - £80 more getting you identical spec + fingerprint reader + a GTX1060 which is a whole heap faster than the 900 series.http://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/notebooks/optimusVII-Pro-15/ - For £25 more than this deal you can get this option with;
Double the ram
A second battery
Same capacity SSD
Second mechanical hard drive for long term storage
Bluray writer
Fingerprint reader
Backlit keyboard
Slightly faster 965M graphic
otherwise spec for spec matching
While I accept the XPS is trying to push high performance in a small package, my experience with Dell is the thing will be noisy and unpleasant to use due to heat. Reviews seem to suggest much the same with the Dell being louder in most testing than equivalent laptops, and also hotter too. Low 50's under gaming and under heavy load into the 60°C+ region at the centre of the keyboard which is not by any means comfortable temperatures to be working with (that figure in my experience is the point where a laptop starts to become painful to use).
I had an XPS and while I loved the machine, it was a pig to game on as you had to use an external keyboard and mouse (kind of defeats the purpose of buying a laptop in the first place) and then also use headphones to get away from the jet engine exhaust fans.
As I've said, there are loads of other bespoke suppliers out there and I've not even tried to check them for better deals, but I'm sure a short look around will find more than the 3 better alternatives I've managed to find in the course of 5 minutes.
Yes a poor response. As an xps owner for many years, I rate these machines in terms of performance and design. Stunning screen too. So just comparing selective specs isn't the whole pic.

Uridium
Will go cold sadly as most on HUKD don't get ultrabooks. Macbook Pro's always go cold as well...I think it's probably because most people don't actually carry there laptops any further than the Sofa to the table.
Comparing a PC specialist or any other Clevo is laughable but is the norm on here...

Whatever you say.....

https://www.amazon.co.uk/ASUS-Notebook-i7-6700HQ-Processor-Graphics/dp/B015OG3T1Q/ref=pd_vtph_147_lp_t_3?ie=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=PAZ2PGZVT97ARMA6GAR4
Equivalent spec again, 2.6kg for £850. £300 less than this deal.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/ASUS-Zenbook-UX501VW-FJ098T-15-6-Notebook/dp/B019KZVGPS/ref=sr_1_2?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1471611676&sr=1-2&keywords=Asus+Zenbook+Pro
More ram, 512GB SSD

http://shop.lenovo.com/gb/en/laptops/ideapad/y700-series/y700-15/
Significanly smaller than the other option I posted, UHD display, Blu-ray for similar money

https://www.amazon.co.uk/ASUS-N552VW-FY094T-i7-6700HQ-GeForce-Windows/dp/B019KZV6I0/ref=sr_1_4?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1471611676&sr=1-4&keywords=Asus+Zenbook+Pro
More RAM, 128gb SSD, 1lb heavier but £150 cheaper

Again not really trying here, however, the rest of the community will leave you to your overpriced Dells.

Edited By: Astec123 on Aug 19, 2016 14:11
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Top spec Dell XPS 13 laptop available at a reduced price through Dell Outlet, plus an extra 10% off using code 4ZDF4ZKN1$PL$D. Free delivery too. Specs are: XPS 13 - 9350 Processor: Intel® Core…
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Anyone have any idea when both the XPS 13 & 15 will be re-vamped with Kaby Lake (Intel 7th generation) cpu's?


​they have been already. well 13 is out, 15 has been "leaked"
kingchris
As stunning as the touch version is I went Matte full HD instead.

Battery life is super, gets more run-time then the glossy touch screen.

First Windows laptop I've not had battery life anxiety, I can happily take it out without the charger.


​also heard display scaling issues still around. that's one of my main reasons for leaning towards full HD.

also QHD on 13" seems a bit overkill if you're not doing high resolution editing etc
9350 is old model
If anyone receives a product from the outlet which seems to be more damaged than you were expecting, call them up and ask for money back. I managed to get an additional £90 off after I found one measly scratch on my xps9350 that I wasn't really too bothered about but it was the fact that the person on the phone told me specifically that it would have no marks or scratches on it. Also, these laptops are incredibly good looking and well built. The keyboard has great feedback and the screen (non-touch) is excellent.

Edited By: pogbanogba on Dec 01, 2016 14:46
I really wish people knew what they were talking about before coming up with nonsense and down voting. Where have they seen 13" all metal i7 qhd laptops for less and with dedicated graphics chips. Because sign me up for ten I'd they can provide anything approaching that. This isn't a YouTube comment thread...
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Had to send mine back, it stopped turning on. No problems with getting it picked up, UPS were there the next day.

Re. Cashback, I tried via tcb but business purchases, which this was, don't count unfortunately.
My cashback was rejected for some reason :(.. i sold the case though, so about £280 all in all. Can't complain!


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It's technically for businesses but anyone can register for it I believe, you contact the VIP sales team via chat and you send them the E-value code, beside the add to basket button. I'm not sure if you can configure it as you want as above for £299+delivery, the discount might only be applied on the price not inc. VAT).
I'd be interested to hear if anyone tried it with a sales agent, would make a sweet deal all the sweeter!

A business sale may not be covered by the distance selling regulations for consumers. Returns policy may be different. Dell previously refused to accept returns on this basis. Which means some people have to claim they are damaged and refuse to accept.
Mine has now been shipped but from China
killer_cob
Managed to get an order submitted (I had one in my basket from last week). Fingers crossed as i want it for my son's Christmas present.

And now cancelled :(
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I think it was about £415 for the model I got. I guess just keep an eye out on the outlet store. Not sure if you can set up alerts?
How did you get it so cheap, damo-mca? Cheapest one I can find that matches the specs you have on yours is for over £700
breeza
Has yours been shipped yet damo-mca? Mine is still sat at a status of 'in production'
Ahh hang on just got an email saying it will be out for delivery on Monday!

Sorry, just seeing this, got it yesterday! :-)
Has yours been shipped yet damo-mca? Mine is still sat at a status of 'in production'
Ahh hang on just got an email saying it will be out for delivery on Monday!

Edited By: breeza on Aug 05, 2016 13:59: Update
8 i3 4gb touches in stock at the minute for £390 inc vat:

Dell Chromebook 7310
Processor: Intel® Core™ i3-5005U Processor (3M Cache, 2.00 GHz)
4 GB DDR3 1600MHz Memory
32 GB Solid State Drive
No Optical Device
Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 + Bluetooth 4.0
Touch LCD Cover - Black
Primary 6-cell 67W/HR Battery
13.3 inch FHD (1920 x 1080) Touch LCD Display
Internal English Keyboard
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Definitely finally getting one of these. Specs are much improved over the previous iterations which I could never quite convince myself to pull the trigger on. Heck now even the CPU is upgradeable. I don't have a lot of room in my bedroom so this will serve the dual purpose of internet browsing pc and playing the odd latest game. Yes I know it's better to build your own PC but would you get it this small? I don't think so. The form factor is the winner here. Oh and it has Windows rather than the limiting SteamOS. Oh and it comes with a slot for a M2 SSD to boot!!! What's not to like?

That's the thing. Most people know you can build something better for the money but it's all about size with this. I'm tempted by one of these for its size. It will fit nicely in my tv cabinet where as even the smallest itx case won't go in.
Definitely finally getting one of these. Specs are much improved over the previous iterations which I could never quite convince myself to pull the trigger on. Heck now even the CPU is upgradeable. I don't have a lot of room in my bedroom so this will serve the dual purpose of internet browsing pc and playing the odd latest game. Yes I know it's better to build your own PC but would you get it this small? I don't think so. The form factor is the winner here. Oh and it has Windows rather than the limiting SteamOS. Oh and it comes with a slot for a M2 SSD to boot!!! What's not to like?

Edited By: VanZan on Aug 10, 2016 17:46: added more info
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catbeans
Gtx960 is comparible with the Xbone but with slightly better shaders and much higher frame rate.
Console of your choice = ~£200 leaves you £180~£200 to find a laptop
Just my opinion.
Console games £50 vs PC £30
Xbox Live / PSN £40 vs PC £0
Console Experience < PC Experience
There's always one.
Games aren't £50. New games are normally available at £35-40 if you're savvy.
Or let me put it another way. £566 (the "best value" one in the op, and realistically, the smallest one you'd want for gaming) = PS4 + 8 or 9 brand new games (or 12-15 if you look at the more realistic prices for games people would buy).

Whilst I fully agree that "there's always one", your comparison doesn't take into account you can do a lot more on a gaming PC than merely play games. You could spend around £800 on a PC + upgrades and it would still work out cheaper than a console over the course of a generation. Add to that, a lot of console gamers (not all) conventionally omit the fact they buy more than 1 console over any given generation. Games are cheaper at release and before on PC. No matter how you spin it, you're not going to get a newly released AAA (not talking remasters) for under £30 on a console at release.

This gen is going to work out a lot more expensive for a number of console gamers, because if people think both the Neo and Scorpio are gonna be 'reasonably' priced, they're in for a shock. Have you seen what Sony and MS charge for a measly 500GB upgrade? Hell, MS initially priced the X1 at around £400/500.
Thanks, had a quick look. It does look good indeed. I think I am convinced. Will need to research it properly though, its been 11 years since last time I built a pc :) sounds quite exciting to get stuck into it. Is there a good website to see suggested builds?
Nikolay
Really tempted by it however want the i7 config. There is a 15% student discount through Unidays - so pays off to look for somebody who works in education or is a student.
Does anyone know if i7 set up would run Arma 3?

The trouble with Arma is that it utilises a single core, so the speed of the processer overall is more important than what processor it is.

As a general rule I would go for a higher speed over more cores for gaming, with more cores as a secondary objective, I.e an i5 with a fast clock speed over a an i7 with a significantly slower clock speed.

Tl;Dr yes, but a higher 'ghz' is more important.

Edited By: catbeans on Jul 21, 2016 15:05